Chris Wilkins

A fictional narrative of a non-fictional life.

Why the College of Business Sometimes Fails

I was studying for a Management test tonight and re-read the sildes over and over, memorizing the redundant definitions, when it finally struck me. The hardest definition on these slides was :

Communication: Exchanging verbal or non-verbal information between one or more people.

This seems like it was third grade types of things, or more importantly, an implicit statement which SHOULD be known by anyone without ever having been explained.

Now the problem isn’t that it was on the slide. They were textbook based slides, so it was made for more than one audience. The problem is that someone on the test is going to miss it.

This person is going to graduate, and have a job somewhere.

College of Business. I apologize on your behalf.

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One response to “Why the College of Business Sometimes Fails

  1. Thomas Frank May 30, 2011 at 6:06 pm

    One of my friends thinks that “college” is spelled as “coladge”. It’s a sad world.

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